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The article "O Diabo que nos Impariu", signed by the journalists Pedro Santos Guerreiro and Isabel Vicente, is distinguished by the Universidade NOVA and Banco Santander Totta.
Francisco Caramelo, Catarina Vaz Pinto, Juan Vivas and Maria Isabel Deu were some of the personalities who inaugurated an exhibition on the cities' history.
Vincent Debut, from INET-md, wins distinction awarded by the Universidade NOVA and Santander Totta with a research project delineated toward the preservation of the carillons of Mafra.
Professor and researcher of the FCSH/NOVA will be awarded by Akihito, the 125th Japanese Emperor, with the Order of the Rising Sun with Rosette.
The filmmaker was honoured at the Portuguese Cinematheque cycle and participated in a masterclass in the PhD in Art Studies.
UNESCO awards to Universidade NOVA de Lisboa a Chair in Cultural Heritage of the Oceans, by João Paulo Oliveira e Costa.
The Institute of Modern Languages Research of the University of London and CETAPS publish study by Rogério Miguel Puga.
FCSH/NOVA’s teaching offer now includes a PhD in Medieval Studies in e-learning.
CHAM, CLUNL and CESEM highlighted in the publication Horizon 2020 Projects: Portal.
Jorge Custódio, researcher at the Institute of Contemporary History, is awarded with the prize by the Confederação Portuguesa das Associações de Defesa do Ambiente.
The role of universities in the cultural life of the municipalities was discussed at an international conference. Take a look at the pictures and communications.
FCSH/NOVA is awarded with three grants of the Horizon 2020 programme.
The professor of the Department of Communication Sciences wins a grant to develop a work programme in digital media in the United States.
The Portuguese Association of Museology awards André Teixeira, Professor at FCSH/NOVA and commissioner of the commemorative exhibition of the conquest of Ceuta in 1415.
Sara Silva, a researcher of IELT, is the co-author of a work published in the Royal Society Open Science. The article states that some fairy tales are 6 thousand years old and became a top news story worldwide.
DGArtes funds a research project that focuses on the practice of rap and the impact of the hip-hop culture in the Portuguese society.